A fossilized dinosaur egg discovered in China was recently identified as a new dinosaur species. Baby Louie is currently in China and might still undergo further analysis.
There's a secret room in the Medici Chapels museum in Florence and it holds a treasure trove of Michelangelo sketches that is seldom seen by the public eye.
The Incas used a secret language to exchange messages: the khipus. Until now, the code has never been deciphered, but new clues could finally unravel the mystery.
Scientists and spider experts are baffled with the pulsating membrane of the orb-weaver spider, which resembles blobs of ink dancing to a certain tempo.
The Philodoria species is well known in Hawaii as micromoths that are roughly the size of a human eyelash. Chris Johns, a biology Ph.D. student of the University of Florida and a National Geographic explorer, has been striving to promote awareness of the plight of this threatened species due to their highly specific diet.
After many years of a fishing ban in the U.S. on this endangered species, the goliath grouper population is recovering as sports fishermen and charter boat operators in the Keys report that the 800-pound fish has been causing big trouble according to National Geographic.
On the first episode of National Geographic's Mars, they featured how man should master lifting off from Earth by using rocket technologies currently being perfected by SpaceX and other space flight companies.
Archaeologists find a 2,500-year-old grave in China covered with 13 cannabis plants.
Two-headed sharks may seem to be a rare phenomenon, but they do exist. To make matters even more surprising, a growing number of such sharks have been spotted in many years of late; however, scientists are perplexed for their springing up in huge numbers.
Ever wondered how houses on Mars would look if plans of Mars colonization, like that of SpaceX's Elon Musk, would come true? National Geographic gives a sneak peek on how future human habitats would look like on the red planet.
As global warming continues to rapidly heat up the Eath, the mighty glaciers are rapidly melting, disrupting the natural movement of the water on earth. Researchers say that in 2100, the sea level will rise up to more than six feet, a phenomenon which could flood and submerge major cities in the world.
Paul Walker, a Hollywood actor who met an untimely death in 2013 after appearing in films since the late '90s, was a marine biology fan and had studied it in community college. His foundation recently presented awards at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
In the first unified effort to move against wildlife trafficking in the U.S. and abroad, the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance has formed and plans to meet in the fall. Who will be its members?
A rare and mild-mannered shark, the second-largest fish in the world, was accidentally caught by a trawler off southwestern Australia, and donated to science.